Nederland High School - Nugget Yearbook (Nederland, CO)
- Class of 1966
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Text from Pages 1 - 40 of the 1966 volume:
The Students of Nederland High School
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We the annual staff of '65-66 are
honored to dedicate this annual to a
teacher who has been at Nederland
for eight years. During this time
she has won the trust and respect of
She is dedicated to her Work as
our fourth grade teacher and all stu-
dents are proud to have her on the
faculty of Nederland School.
For her outstanding abilities as
a teacher and a person we dedicate
the Nugget of 1966 to you,
MRS . FRANCES DEMUTH .
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In Memory of
Who died for his country
November 3, 1965
In Viet Nam
Mr . Guy E . Benning-
ton . . . Our principal
for four years. We
have appreciated all
of his suggestions
and assistance in
helping us .
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Mrs . jean Gardner . . . We
are proud of our hard-
working secretary. She
is kind, generous, and is
all ours. It is her first
year at Nederland, but
she is known and liked by
Mr . james Dunn . . . Sponsors
the ninth grade class and High
School Basketball . Rec 'd B .S .
from C.U. Teaches Science,
Physics, Chemistry, and Biol-
Mrs . Cora Fagre . . . Attended
Grand View junior College in
Iowa, and lowaState U . Rec 'd
B.S. in Home Ec. from Iowa
State U .... Teaches Girls'
P. E., Home EC. Sponsors
the Senior Class .
Mr. Gerald Buck. . . Rec'd
B.A. and M.A. at C.S.C.,
at Greeley. . . Sponsors tenth
grade, l.A. Club and the An-
nual of '65-66 . . . Teaches
woodworking, crafts and
F A C U LT Y
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Mr . Russell Anderson . . .
Rec'd B.A. from Olivet
Nazarene College in Ill.
. . . Teaches Am . GoV't .,
Psych ., World Hist ., Sth
Soc. Studies, P.E., Civ-
ics, World Geog., Am.
Mrs . Helen Langley. . .
Rec'd B .A . from C .S .C .
. . .Has credits from Kan .
State, C .U . , Michoacana,
De Espanol, and Purdue
U . . Teaches elemen-
tary, high school Spanish
. . . Sponsors the junior
Class and Spanish Club .
Mrs . Suzanne Bundy . . .
Rec'd B.A. in math at
Graduate work at
C .U .
C .U ., LongBeach State,
Calif .g taught in Heil-
bron, Ger . . . . Teaches
math . . .Sponsors the 7th
grade and the Pep Club .
Mrs . Miriam Cochran
. . . Graduated from Ball
State with A.B. . . . At-
tended Butler U . and
C .U . . . . Teaches Eng-
lish and Librarian . . .
Sponsors the Pep Club .
Mrs . Amelia Miller . . . Rec 'd
B .S . from Tex . Women's U .
in Business Ed . Did graduate
work in guidance at the U . of
Okla . and Central St . College,
Edmond, Okla .... Teaches
Bus . subjects and is the coun-
selor . . . Sponsors the school
newspaper and student coun-
Miss Donna Schaper . . . Rec 'd
B .A. from lowa State U . Did
graduate work at C .U. . . .
Teaches Elementary, junior
High, and High School Art .
Mr. William Clark... Rec'd
B.A. from Colorado Univer-
sity M.A. of Music at
Northwestern U. and enjoys
playing Dixieland .
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Mr . Les Bundy . . . Rec'd
B.F.A. from U. of Denver,
and M .A. from C .S .C . Serv-
ed in the U .S. Air Force . . .
Teaches sixth grade . . .Second
year at Nederland .
Mrs. Iris Swisher. . . Rec'd
B. A. from Colorado State
College and an Associate in
Arts from Lamar junior Col-
lege. .. She teaches the fifth
grade.. . Her fourth year in
lligi u Oh! n
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Mrs . Vera Bird . . . Came from
Battle Creek, Michigan . . . .
Rec'd B.A. at Western Michi-
gan University . Did graduate
work at Central Michigan U .
and University of Michigan . . .
Our second grade teacher .
Mrs . Francis Demuth . . .Rec 'd
B.A. from University of Colo-
rado . Did additional work at
Kansas University . . . Teaches
fourth grade . . . She has taught
at Nederland for eight years .
Mrs . jean Foss . . . Rec'dB .A.
in anthropology . . . Did grad -
uate work in elementary edu-
cation at the University of
Colorado and in anthropology
at the University of Arizona.
Miss Diana Burg . . .
Rec 'd B .S . from Morn-
ingside College in Iowa
. . . Teaches third grade
.. . She has taught at
Nederland for 2 1X2
years and resides in
Boulder . a
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Mrs. E. I. Putnam
Rec'd B .A. at Illinois
State University . Did
graduate work at C .U.
. . . Third year of teach-
ing the kindergarten at
COOKS -We owe many
thanks to our won-
derful cooks, Mrs.
Riley and Mrs . Wil-
son, who provide us
with hot lunches
every noon. We also
give thanks to our
lunch room supervi-
sor, Mrs . Edgerton.
CUSTODIANS - Our
school is always
warm and clean when
we arrive in the
mornings and we give
great thanks to Slug
and Mr. Lippincott.
BUS DRIVERS - We
want to thank our
wonderful bus dri-
vers, jerry Ward,
Mrs . Schamens, and
Mr. Lippincott for
getting us safely to
Mr . Smith Mr . Carlson
STUDENT TEACHERS- We had two student teachers
this year, Mr. Carlson, in English, and Mr. Smith,
in Industrial Arts. With their skills and knowledge,
they have an excellent future ahead of them .
LIBRARIANS - Our two li-
brarians this year are Mrs .
Cochran and Mrs . Buck .
They have been as much a
part of the library as the
card catalog and as helpful .
NURSE - Mrs. Norma
Hefling is enjoyed by
everyone when she is
here. She attended the
Mike Parker - A bashful, conscien-
Mrs . Fagre, we the Seniors of 1966
would like to thank you for the guid-
ance and supervision you have given
us, in completing our last year.
tious, determined, earnest, fair,
girlchasing, hardhitting, irritable,
jailkeeping, lovable male. Student
Council Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4,
Football 2-4, N-Club Pres . 4, San-
ta Claus Candidate 3, Homecoming
King 4, Crafts Award 3 .
Cynthia Grant - "Gee", a person
who is a fun loving girl but is al-
ways late for everything--we ex-
pect her to be late for her own
graduation. Pep Club l-4, Pres . 4,
Drama 2,3, Rifle 1, IA 2,3, Choir
1,23 Twirlers l, Annual 4, Photo-
grapher 4, Paper 4, Homecoming
Queen Candidate 4, F.S.A. 4, Pom
Pom Girls 2 .
Sec . -Treas .
Kent Braun - A man of true "shoe-
manship"-a real charmer. His ac-
tivities in the Sr. High have estab-
lished a true spirit of "B.M.O.C.
Student Council Sec.- Treas. 2,
Pres. 3, Rep. 4, Football l-4,
Basketball l,2,4, Track l,3, N-
Club l-4, Drama l-3, Band l-3,
Choir l,3, Paper Sports Ed . 4,
Hom ecom ing King Candidate 3,
Crafts Award 3, IA Sec.-Treas. 3 .
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Margaret Franklin - After 12
years of building and rebuilding
N.H.S., Peggy's efforts have
been fruitful- there are bananna
trees, apple trees, lemon trees,
and peach trees now growing
in the library. Pep Club 2,33
IA 43 Rifle 1,23 Band l-43
Choir l-4. i
jim Baczkowski- james "double
Oh!" Oh! Daring and defying,
he works for the betterment of
"J .I .M." Student Council Rep.
43 Football 2g Basketball l,2g
Drania 2, 33 Paper l, 2g Home-
coming King Cand. 35 Crafts
Award 3 .
Dave Murray - A short termer
with the Senior Class- but with
an added attraction-HIS SMI LE!
Student Council Rep . 3, -Lg
Football 3,-lg N-Club 3,4g lA
3gPres. 45 Annual Staff 33 Ed-
itor 4g Masonic Award 3g
Crafts Award 3g llonor Roll.
Kathy Hight- Renamed patience
as we get a progress report
each day on her long wait for
her sailor to come home . Stu-
dent Council Rep. 3, Pep Club
l-4, Sec. 2, Head Cheerleader
43 Rifle lg Choir 1,23 Twirler
lg Annual Head Photographer
3, Annual Ass't. Editor 4,
Class Pres . 3, Sec . 23 Home-
coming Queen 4, Candidate l,
2,43 Crafts Award 3, Pom Pon
Girl 2, F.S.A., 4.
Bob Williams-A studious red-
head proclaimed to make his
fortune in freckles. A good
candidate for the student most
likely to succeed when you con-
sider achievement, determina-
tion, ability, and disposition.
Football 3, 4, Manager l,2g
Basketball l-43 N-Club 2-4,
Drama Club lg Rifle Club lg
Band l-4, Choir lg Spanish
Club 3, 4g Paper Staff 3, 4, Ed-
itor 4g Class Vice-Pres . 2,35
Honor Roll l-4.
Ronald Richards -A great "foot"
for the ball team. The most
well mannered "foot" in the
Senior Class. Also talented!
Kon skates and skiisj Student
Council 2, Football l-43 Bas-
ketball lg Track l-35 Rifle lg
Band 1,23 Choir 1,23 Class
Vice-Pres. l,2g Homecoming
King Candidate 2, 3 .
jack Kutscher - Trapper jack
has gone 4 years without a girl
in his snare . ,But oh those bun-
nies! Rifle Club 1,23 Band 1-4g
Choir 3, 4, Annual Staff 45
Photographer 4, Paper Staff 4 .
Judy Baczkowski - Having only
spent 11 years with Nederland,
she will graduate lacking the
39 years which would entitle
her to a gold watch. Instead
the student body wishes to pre-
sent her with this rust plated
Pom Pon for her many years of
service. Student Council Sec.
Treas. 2, 33 Pep Club 1-43
Cheerleader 1-43 Drama 1-4,
Award 3, IA 2,33 Band 1-3,
Choir 1-43 Annual Staff 45
Class Sec .-Treas . 33 Masonic
Award 33 Crafts 33 Honor
Roll 2, 3 .
Gordon Wise -"Gordo"- always
found in the Sunday funnies.
His forsight and ambition may
one day find him another Jimmy
Brown. Football 1-45 Basket-
ball 1-45 Track 3,43 Football
Manager 4, N-Club 2-43 Dra-
ma 2,35 IA 3,4g Rifle 2,33
Choir 3, 4, Vice-Pres . 4 .
Becky Gott Bob Grant
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The junior Class of '65-66 has gained
two new boys and a girl this year. Alan
Forbes, Bob Dolan and Becky Gott boost-
ed this year's total to 12, the same as
last year's .
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Barbara Smith Bob Dolan Sharron Archuleta Chuck Ehmke
Sandy Edgerton Gerhardt Ryplewski
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enthusiastic class . They all like doing iitt ' -V A
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Rick jenkins Rohn Stils on
Kathy Parker Mike Babler
Rick Forbes Rose Marie McKim Robert Yates Kerry Schamens
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The Freshman Class, though small, is
a very enthusiastic class. They have
two new members, Rick Forbes, and
Ralph Thompson, which raises the class
enrollment to nine .
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EIGHTH GRADE CLASS
Top row, from left to right: Linda Ryplewski, Dianne Hight, Diana Glasser, Ruth
Pfarr, D'Anna Archuleta, Sharon Schamens, Mark McFarland, Dennis Cowdery, Steve
Riley, Kirk Braun, john juul. Bottom row: Kathy johnson, Roberta Sullivan, Debbie
Forbes, Mary jane Haselwood, Marilyn Snavely, Steve Shaball, Marty Dolan, Tim
Tyler, Bill Buck, Bill Murray.
SEVENTH GRADE CLASS
Top row, from left to right: Kevin Fitzner, john Trujillo, Wayne
Taylor, Everett Motz, Sam Bowker, Tom Strohmeyer, Eleanor Smith.
Bottom row: Roy Sohamens, Debbie Motz, Billy Norton, Pam Norton,
Michael Grant, Keith Robinson, Sophia Giggey .
FIFTH GRADE left to right Ann Stil-
son Cheryl Weller Tad Smith, Kerrel
Bell Dan Platt JOGS1'1'11fh Tom Hasel-
wood Audrey Cooley Lesley Magan,
Karen Miller Debbra Tyler, jerry
Schamens Toby Trujillo Lyle Pfarr.
SIXTH GRADE: left to right: Bobbie Lougee,
Susan Quick, john Grant, jack Williams, Chuck
Kutscher, Bill Bowker, Dick Taylor, Mike Clary,
Patty Denning, Bertha Pfarr, Bonnie McKim, Lois
Williams, Pam Ehkme, Karen juul.
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FOURTH GRADE: left to right: Phyllis Snavely,
Roberta Clary, Leasa Berni, Carla Strohmeyer,
Raymond Willis, jim Dolan, Mark Smith, jill
Glasser, Christine Giggy, Rebecka Cooley, Mike
Archuleta, Dale Schamens, Mike Bowker. Absent:
Debbie Bernicky, Nickie Adair, and Mark Bugner .
THIRD GRADE: left to right: Chris
Magan, Shirley Willis, Teri Williams,
Alice Haselwood, Wanda Adamy, Linda
Schamens, Pam Robinson, Diane Bill-
Smith, Suzanne Miller, Ray Whitlock,
John Bernard, Daniel Snavely.
SECOND GRADE: left to right: Jim Taylor,
Dan Cowdrey, Penny Archuleta, Dion Clary,
Lori Berni, Peggy Bernicky, Brett Platt, Janice
Jennice, Gwen Norton, Diane Clary, Jim Smith,
Shirley Giggy, Lavern Calhoon.
FIRST GRADE: left to right: Pat Dolan,
Richard Norton, Candy Archuleta, Lori
Williams, George Giggey, Don Wilson,
Sue Robinson, Janice Snavely, David
McCullock, Dwayne Bernicky, Perry
Codey, Carolyn Calhoon, Matt Adamy,
Sherry Willis, Mickey Czeh, Barbara
KINDERGARTEN: left to right: Cheryl Ben-
son, John Mauterer, Mrs . Putnam, Kathy Mag-
an, Diane Smith, Kristi Jensen, Belinda Keene,
Felix Greene, Michael Cusic, Eddy Motz . Not
shown: Terry Snyder, Gary Smith, 'Janice
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Top Row, left to right: Becky Gott, Kerry Schamens, Sandy Edgerton, Tim Gaetzke, Rick jenkins, Cindy
Littler, Vicki Shaball, Kathy l-light, Cynthia Grant. Bottom Row, left to right: Barbara Smith, Sue Littler,
Kent Braun, Chuck Ehmke, Judy Baczkowski, Bob Williams, Mark McFarland, Tim Tyler, Steve Riley.
Under the supervision of the staff's sponsor, Mrs . Miller, the PANTHER'S PURR
NEWSPAPER keeps everyone informed of scholastic activities as well as athletic .
The hardworking staff hopes to improve as the year goes along.
Top Row, left to right: Chuck Ehmke, Anne Duffell, Mr. Buck, Cynthia Grant, jack Kutscher. Bottom
Row, left to right: Rick Forbes, Judy Baczkowski, Kathy Hight, Dave Murray, Sue Littler, Rick jenkins,
Vicki Shaball .
The ANNUAL STAFF, under the supervision of Mr. Buck and guidance of editor,
Dave Murray and co-editor, Kathy Hight, has worked hard to produce the best an-
nual they possibly could . It is our hope that the students and parents will enjoy it
for years to come .
The PANTHERS of '66
The Panthers football season started out
very discouragingly but ended in a very
pleasant way with a winning score of
26-12 . We are looking forward to
a promising season next year,
although we are losing quite
a few of our Sr. High play-
ers . Mike Lougee, one of
our most valuable players
was Voted all conference
Nederland 12 Bennet l 8
Nederland 7 Strasburg 26
Nederland forfeit to C.C.
Nederland 6 Country Day 18
Nederland 26 Fairplay 12
Left to right: Mike Babler, Kent Braun, Bob Williams, Alan Forbes, Gerhardt Ryplewski, Gor-
don Wise, Ken Buck, Mike Lougee, Lloyd Gullett, Chuck Ehmke, Bob Grant, Coach Dunn .
The basketball season for N.H.S. Came to a halt with only three wins.
The panthers team was not complete until the season was half over, which
made winning a little more difficult. We may be losing most of our team,
but then again we are gaining new playersg so lets prove
"BIG THINGS COME IN SMALL PACKAGES!"
Top Row, left to right: Mr. Dunn, Rick Forbes, Tim Gaetzke, Gerhardt Ryplewski, Ken Buck. Bottom
Row: Don Taylor, Mike Babler, Rick jenkins, Rohn Stilson, Walter johnson.
"B" Squad BASKETBALL - Although they haven't Won any games yet, they have lots
of go and have the possibilities of making an excellent "A" squad .
Top Row, left to right: Rick Forbes, Don Taylor, Tim Gaetzke, Gordon Wise, Bob Grant, Ron-
ald Richards. Bottom Row: Mr. Anderson, and Mike Lougee .
The TRACK team is looking forward to a good year . They say dynamite
comes in small packages and we will do our best to prove it.
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for the theme of
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homecoming g am e
October 15, so that
our Que en , Kathy
Hight, and King,
Mike Parker, could
reign over both oc-
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Dance, " was done
with the use of many
hearts and cupids .
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PEP CLUB - The school spirit has been boosted to great heights thanks to this year's Pep Club. With the
help of their elected officers, the girls will surely keep the spirit rising. The club officers are Cynthia
Grant, Presidentg Diana Glasser, Vice President and Anne Duffell, Secretary-Treasurer.
CHEERLEADERS - Under the leadership of Kathy l-light, the cheerleaders have worked very hard . They
will keep raising the school spirit in every way possible. Standing, left to right: Carolyn Grant, Sue
Littler, Kathy Hight. Kneeling: Judy Baezkowski .
N CLUB - Nederland High Sehool's lettermen are proud of their N-Club and through it, they seek the goals
of good sportsmanship and outstanding education .
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JUNIOR AND SENIOR CHORUS - Bottom Row, left to right: Kerry Schamens, Debbie Forbes, Sophia Gig-
gey, Debby Motz, Cindy Littler, Kathy johnson, Marilyn Snavely, Linda Ryplewski, Barbara Smith, Betsy
Kutscher, Pam Norton, Bill Norton, Tom Strohmeyer, Kirk Braun, Mark McFarland. Second Row: Vicki
Parker, D'Anna Archuleta, Dianne l-light, Carolyn Grant, Sue Littler, Judy Baczkowski, Roberta Sullivan,
jane Haselwood, Eleanor Smith, john Trujillo, Kevin Fitzner. Third Row: Vicki Shaball, Robert Yates,
Keith Robinson, Roy Schamens, Mike Grant, Sam Bowker, Marty Dolan, Bill Buck, Wayne Taylor, Steve
Riley, Tim Tyler, Steve Shaball, Kathy Parker, Rose Marie McKim. Fourth Row: Rohn Stilson, Rick
Forbes, Galen Clubine, Rick jenkins, Ralph Thompson, Gordon Wise, Dennis Cowdery, john juul, jack
Kutscher, Rich Strohmeyer, Mike Parker, Everett Motz, Diana Glasser, Sharon Schamens.
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BAND - Bottom Row, left to right: Sharon Schamens, Linda Ryplewski, jane l-laselwood, Marilyn Snavely,
Kathy johnson, Pam Norton, Sophia Giggey, Debby Motz, Carolyn Grant, Eleanor Smith. Middle Row:
Davida Bowker, Wayne Taylor, Tom Strohmeyer, Kevin Fitzner, Kirk Braun, Steve Riley, Steve Shaball,
Everett Motz, Rohn Stilson.i Top Row: Keith Robinson, Sam Bowker, Ralph Thompson, Dennis Cowdrey
Mike Babler, Gordon Wise, Chuck Ehrnke, Bob Williams, jack Kutscher, Richard Strohmeyer, Tini
This year's team consists of 15 players who are giving all their effort for a very successful year. They
have six scheduled games and hope to win them all.
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I. A. CLUB - The Industrial Arts Club, still being fairly new, is very busy completing projects which
were started last year . The main purpose of the club is to develop the creative abilities of its members .
The club is very enthusiastic and has many other projects planned .
RIFLE CLUB - This year's Rifle Club, under the leadership of Mr. Thurston, is in its Zlst year of ex-
istence at Nederland High School. Enthusiasm in this club is still at its highest. Good luck kids, and
watch which wav you point those weapons .
MUSIC CLUB - This group was organized this year by Mr. Clark. The eluh will go into various fields
having to do with music . One of the many selected is Folk Singing. With their chosen officers, they hope
to keep the club in existence .
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SPANISH CLUB - Although the Spanish Club is relatively new and small, the cluh lacks no enthusiasm in
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STUDENT COUNCIL - This year, under the sponsorship of Mrs. Miller, the council has achieved a lot.
We hope the Student Council will have the backing they have had in the past to make this year the most
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